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I started reading Walter Mosley because John Grisham mentioned the author in the Racketeer. I have found this and other Walter Mosley books about Easy Rawlings very interesting. They have provided me with new insights of a culture very different to 21st century England. I particularly like the development of the character Easy. However, my favorite is Mouse, who I probably would not want to meet in person but always provides color to the stories.
Would you consider the audio edition of A Red Death to be better than the print version?
Don't know, listened didn't read it, so cannot say which is better. But I liked the narrator's voice in my head better than I like the one in mine.
What did you like best about this story?
Good plot, well written, gets the social divide between ethnicities, the police and the American class structure pretty well - especially for the time period this book is set in.
Have you listened to any of Michael Boatman’s other performances before? How does this one compare?
Yes and equally good. I'll be looking for his narrations.
Was this a book you wanted to listen to all in one sitting?
Yes, wish I could have.
Any additional comments?
Highly recommend this book and the Easy Rawlins series!
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Mosley has done it again. He never fails to deliver. Grabs you from word one.